Sneaky Vampire Syndicate Generates $26.9 Million in Volume in 7 Days

Sneaky Vampire Syndicate Generates $26.9 Million in Volume in 7 Days

SVS is now in the top 5 most valuable NFT collections for the week

Sneaky Vampire Syndicate is among the newest NFT collections on the market, but it has already generated upwards of $26.9 million in sales. In the past seven days, the collection attracted more than 7,000 traders and upwards of 14,700 sales. Following this stellar performance, SVS now ranks fifth in the DappRadar Top Collections charts for the week. 

The Sneaky Vampire Syndicate collection consists of 8,888 unique NFTs, generated from a bank of hand-drawn traits. Interestingly, all traits were hand-drawn by Migwashere, who also participated in the creation of the Bored Apes Yacht Club collection. The fact that this new project has pushed BAYC out of the weekly top five is even more impressive.

SVS launched its public sale event on September 11th, and the minting price for one NFT was 0.08 ETH. At the time of writing, the floor price for an SVS NFT sits at 0.86 ETH, or close to $3000. 

The team behind the Sneaky Vampire Syndicate collection is actively trying to replicate what BAYC did – create a tight-knit community. To achieve that, SVS devs have announced a number of initiatives, including a derivative contest. The content allows participants to tinker with a base model of an SVS NFT and unleash their creativity. 

Sneaky Vampire Syndicate Owners

Judging by the collection’s performance in the past week, SVS devs are successful in their push for community creation. The SVS Discord now has more than 40,000 members, while the official Twitter account boasts more than 26,000 followers. But who are the NFT collectors who own SVS NFTs?

According to research made using the DappRadar Portfolio Management Tool, most sales for the collection are to accounts with diversified portfolios. However, several wallets stand out. Thanks to the versatile Portfolio Tracker, we can explore them in detail. 

Let’s start with the big guns, a wallet that owns 18 Sneaky Vampire Syndicate NFTs. Interestingly, it looks like this collector has created a dedicated wallet for their SNS NFT collection, as these are the only NFTs stored on this address. The total value of the collection is evaluated at $44,620. The most expensive NFT stored in the wallet is Sneaky Vampire #2606. The wallet owner purchased it three days ago for 1 ETH.

Further exploration leads us to the second wallet of interest. It currently stores 13 Sneaky Vampires Syndicate NFTs. This one is also solely dedicated to the SVS collection, as there are no other NFTs stored on the address. 

The most expensive NFT in the wallet is Sneaky Vampire #555. The current owner bought it for 2 ETH a couple of days ago. Interestingly, this one is already back on the market. If you like the idea of owning an SVS NFT and becoming part of the community, this might be your chance. Check out Mr.555’s Single NFT Page here. From there, you can easily purchase him by simply connecting your wallet to the DappRadar website. 

Last but not least, we have this wallet, which has only 8 SVS NFTs. However, it also stores a Top Dog Beach Club NFT. This leads us to conclude that this might be a new collector in the NFT space who seriously loved the idea of the Syndicate. 

The most expensive SVS NFT in this wallet is Sneaky Vampire #8725, which cost the owner 1 ETH. 

As you can see from this DappRadar Portfolio Tracker deep dive, there are some really dedicated Sneaky Vampire Syndicate collectors. It also looks like this investment was worth it considering that the floor price of the collection has been on the rise since the public launch.

If you’re curious to explore more wallets and SVS owners, visit DappRadar Portfolio. There you’ll also be able to browse through your own portfolio and enjoy your collection, or list one of your NFTs for sale. 

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